The MA Program in Cultural Management presents an interdisciplinary education that provides students with the opportunity to examine cultural structures and policies in both regional and international dimensions within their social, economic and political frameworks. The program helps students analyze the components of the culture industry and encourages to participate in academic and professional networks.
The Program is oriented not only toward candidates with prior academic and professional experience in the field of culture, but also to those who have begun work or research in this area. The aim of the Program is to provide the student with the ability to examine, discuss and develop creative approaches to the art and culture infrastructure and its institutions along with production and management in this sector, offering a wide perspective on cultural management, cultural policies, governance, civil society, the role of the culture sector in the global economy and research in the realm of culture management.
The main goal of the Program is to provide the students with the necessary tools to specialize in the areas of his/her choice by offering courses that emphasize the creative industries, public, private and civic cultural initiatives and investment, the cinema and music industries, museum, cultural heritage management and tourism and the Management of visual and performing arts.